Target Corp. was scheduled to open its smallest store ever today near the University of Minnesota campus. The 20,000-square-foot TargetExpress will carry about one-fifth the amount of merchandise a regular Target does, including dry groceries, produce, meat, deli, bakery and frozen items, with a large selection of grab-and-go foods; HBC items and a pharmacy; school supplies, home decor and a small electronics section. The store also features a new checkout lane configuration geared to high ...

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